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2015 – Issue 09

Mines face environmental and community ‘push back’

Decades of abuse have taken their toll on the environment and, in turn, the communities living around mines. According to Ingrid Watson, programme manager (biophysical environment) at the Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry...

Minemakers’ business case emerges in Senegal

The annual global fertilizer market is forecast to be worth US$172 billion this year, an increase of more than 32% since 2010. This increasingly lucrative market is the foundation upon which ASX/ TSX-listed phosphate...

Chad reveals highly prospective gold anomalies for Tekton Minerals

Singapore-registered and privately owned mining company Tekton Minerals has in the past 18 months discovered a variety of highly prospective, gold-rich ground in Chad – a country which to date remains largely unexplored. This is...

Personality of the month: Tiguidanke Camara

Tiguidanke Camara, a Guinean native and former international model turned mining entrepreneur, is quickly becoming one of the mining sector’s greatest role models, especially for women. Her passion and her story, to positively improve the...

Burey Gold targets deposits on underexplored DRC gold belt

Since discovering the 17 Moz Kibali group of deposits, which has successfully been developed into the Kibali mine by Randgold Resources and AngloGold Ashanti, gold explorer Burey Gold is trying to repeat the success...

Diversification strategy aligned with changing global platform

South Africa’s mining industry continues to face a harsh economic reality as commodity prices remain weak and an oversupply of minerals forces it into a greater state of repression. Despite this, ELB Engineering Services’ (ELB)...

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